Ragmala Painting of Rag (Ragini) Yaman (Mushirabad 1765)
This rag is known by several names; Kalyan, Iman, Eman, or Yaman. Strangely enough, Yaman Kalyan is a different rag. Kalyan is very popular and some commonly known examples of songs in this rag are "Ansu Bhari Hai Jai Jivan Ki Rahen", "Ja Re Badara Bairi Ja Re" and "Jiya Le Gayo Re Mora Sanvariaya". Yaman is a sampurna rag which is performed in the first part of the night. The vadi is Ga and the samvadi is Ni. Typically Sa and Pa are weak in the arohana. However their omission is not obligatory.
Sampurna - Sampurna - (general discussion of jati)
First part of the night - (general discussion of time and rag)
Sa - Pa (general discussion of drone)
Rag Yaman - An article published some years ago.
For more information check out "Elementary North Indian Vocal"
Introduction to Raaga Yaman
Shankara Bhajan -- By Nachiketa
kishori amonkar - Drut Yaman
Pt. Bhimsen Joshi - Raag Yaman
Pandit Mallikarjun Mansur, Raag Yaman, Vilambit Khyal
Abhik Mukherjee, sitar, Raag Yaman, drut
Shankara Orchestra: Raga Yaman
Hirabai Barodekar - Raag Yaman, vilambit
Mogubai Kurdikar, Tarana in Yaman
Raga Yaman - Vilambit
Tar Shehnai - Raag Yaman Song - Bhuli Hui Yaadein
Dr. Kamala Shankar (shankar-guitar): Raga Yaman
RAJENDRA TEREDESAI - BAMBOO FLUTE - RAGA YAMAN / EMAN
BUTTO'S BANSURI INDIAN FLUTE raag yaman
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